KARI RUESLÅTTEN To Release New Single

Former THE 3RD AND THE MORTAL "goddess of beauty" Kari Rueslåtten, presently known simply as Kari, will issue the first single from her "Pilot" album — a remixed version of the track "Calling You" — just before Christmas.

Kari recently explained how the remix came about: "I met Martin Eden when I was living in London, working on 'Pilot'. He is a very talented music programmer and producer, and I like his style of music a lot. When I got to know him he was working with Bjørk (!) I played him the song 'Calling You' from 'Pilot', and he said he would very much like to remix it. And I said, 'Yes, please do!!!' "

The complete track listing for the single will be as follows:

01. Calling You (remix)
02. Calling You (album version)
03. Exile
04. Exile (video)

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If you wish to download the video for "Exile", you can do so at this location (approximate file size: 14.6 MB).


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